This (iL) Soigneur coffee is well-balanced and full-bodied – just right for a pre-ride espresso or two.
For lovers of real coffee, these handy pouches from Grower's Cup look like they could be a good answer to being able to transport and successfully brew a genuinely tasty cup of joe-on-the-go. The blends are all fair trade and organic and come from Nicaragua, Honduras, Ethiopia, Guatemala and Bolivia, with each region having its own character (Roast/Body/Acidity) described and outlined in a chart on the back of the pack.
GSI's Java Drip is gadget for camping cycle tourists with an uncompromising caffeine addiction, the Java Drip promises fresh filter coffee without a weight penalty or palaver. Weighing only 12g, it fastens onto your mug with three plastic legs/clips, and then the dose of ground coffee is placed in the mesh followed by hot water. It then simply drips through, as the name suggests, and can easily be cleaned out afterwards. The result is a perfectly acceptable brew, far more enjoyable than the instant granules that are normally the only option of the weight conscious tourist.